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New data: Only two browsers have over 1 bln users in the world

New data: Only two browsers have over 1 bln users in the world

According to Atlas VPN, Apple's Safari web browser has more than one billion users. Google's Chrome is the only other browser with more than a billion users. Chrome, with roughly 3.4 billion users, still outnumbers Safari. It's vital to remember that these figures include both desktop and mobile... Read more

date6 months ago
Cookieless world a bad fit for around 55% of corporations

Cookieless world a bad fit for around 55% of corporations

A study shows how the majority of businesses are not equipped to handle a world void of cookies. About 81% - an overwhelming majority – of businesses use third-party data. Also, more than 54% of companies reported they aren't fully prepared for the cookieless world. Both Mozilla's Firefox a... Read more

date8 months ago
Safari 15.4 announces exciting new WebKit features

Safari 15.4 announces exciting new WebKit features

Safari 15.4 announces various new features, fixes, and updates for all Apple devices. The Webkit team revealed new features and updates in Safari 15.4, including CSS, HTML, and typography. Webkit – a web-browsing engine – is used by Safari, App Store, Mail, and several other iOS, macOS, and ... Read more

date9 months ago
Major browser developers partner up to improve interoperability

Major browser developers partner up to improve interoperability

Google, Microsoft, Apple and Mozilla are joining forces to improve web technology shared by browser platforms. To this end, the tech giants launched Interop 2022, a standard for web technology implementations. Over time, Interop 2022 should improve the interoperability of web apps in different b... Read more

date9 months ago
OWA battles Apple over iOS browser restrictions

OWA battles Apple over iOS browser restrictions

The UK's Open Web Advocacy (OWA) group wants to make it feasible for online web applications to compete with native system applications from Apple. OWA consists of software developers advocating for openness in web technology. The group advises members of parliament and regulators in the United ... Read more

date9 months ago
New browser-tracking hack defies standard defensive measures

New browser-tracking hack defies standard defensive measures

The hack works even when users flush caches or go incognito. For years, Intewrnet users have used a variety of tools to defend against websites tracking them. For example, they use anti-tracking browsing extensions, or they enable private or incognito browsing sessions, or they just clearing coo... Read more

date2 years ago
Apple reveals macOS Big Sur with a redesigned interface

Apple reveals macOS Big Sur with a redesigned interface

Apple officially announced macOS Big Sur 11.0 at the online edition of its developer event WWDC. Big Sur will feature a newly designed user interface and major updates to Apple Maps and Safari. According to Apple, macOS Big Sur is the biggest update since 2005. Several applications such as Mail,... Read more

date2 years ago
Are browser extensions still safe to use?

Are browser extensions still safe to use?

Browser extensions have been around for years now, both Chrome, Firefox and Safari support browser extensions. Since a few weeks, Microsoft Edge joined as they switched to Chromium, the same browser engine as Google Chrome. The number of security issues, fraud reports and privacy risks with browser... Read more

date3 years ago
New Skype for Web not available for Firefox, Safari and Opera

New Skype for Web not available for Firefox, Safari and Opera

Microsoft released a significantly improved version of Skype for Web last Thursday. But the new version didn't work in a number of browsers. The company now lets us know that this was a conscious choice. The technique does not work in Apples Safari, Mozillas Firefox or Opera. Microsoft will inform t... Read more

date4 years ago